Stan "The Man" Lee, Marvel Comics's legendary founder, is the writer and co-creator of such timeless characters as the Avengers, the X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, and the Hulk. In his words, "'Nuff said!" His best-known catch-phrase is New York's state motto, "Excelsior!!!"
One of the medium's most prolific artistic legends, Jack Kirby, "The King of Comics," was an artist, writer, and editor whose work spanned the Golden, Silver, Bronze and Modern ages of comics. Kirby created and co-created a multitude of Marvel and DC's most popular characters and many others, too. Kirby was one of the most respected artists of his time (though he didn't have personal knowledge of that, until later on), and remains so today.
An American comic book artist and comic book writer. He is best known as the co-creator of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange.
Silver Age and Bronze Age artist best known for his Horror, War and Western Comics which he drew frequently for DC and Marvel.
Arthur "Artie" Simek, sometimes credited as Art Simek (January 6, 1916 - February 1975), was an American calligrapher best known as a letterer for Marvel Comics during the period fans and historians call the Silver Age of Comic Books.
Stan Goldberg is a long time artist for Archie Comics. He is also well known for Millie the Model. He famously worked on Fantastic Four #1 as well. He is a creator who has well over 3,000 issues under his belt!
Swingin' Sammy Rosen was one of Marvel's principal letterers during the 1960's.
Golden Age-Comic Legend who created both Namor and Daredevil. He drew for Atlas, Timely and Marvel Comics.
“Dashing” Don Heck was a legendary comic book artist who co-created Iron Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Wonder Man.
Joe Maneely was a comic book artist, best known for his work at Atlas (later Marvel) comics. He died at age 32 in a train accident, just before the birth of Marvel Comics.
Sol Brodsky was an artist who worked in both Illustration and in Production capacities and was long associated with Marvel Comics.
Joe Sinnott is a legendary Marvel comics inker who has been in the business for over 70 years. To this day he still draws up a storm, taking commissions and signings. A true legend in the business.
American writer and artist who cemented his legendary status in comics with a mere handful of issues, bringing in commercial and pop culture art sensibilities that were previously unheard of and are still widely used to this day. He is most known for his work with Marvel's Nick Fury character.
Artist on many of the early Marvel Comics and DC Comics in the 1950's.
Inker and letterer from the 1940s to the 1980s for Marvel and DC.
Carl Burgos was a golden age artist for Timely, Atlas and Marvel Comics and others.
Brother of Stan Lee and Legendary comic book writer, artist and co-creator of Iron Man, Thor, Loki and Odin (to name a few)
A golden age artist.
Gene "The Dean" Colan was a legendary comic book artist whose career spanned from 1944 to 2009. He is the co-creator of Blade and The Falcon.
Mike Esposito was a prolific inker at both Marvel and DC comics.
Used the pseudonyms Mickey Demeo and Joe Gaudioso at Marvel.
One of the few women working in comics in the Golden and Silver Ages, Marie Severin is a Harvey and Eisner award winning artist. Her brother is comic book artist John Severin.
He was a comic book writer, penciller, inker & cover artist from the mid 1960s to the early 1990s.
Artist who worked for Marvel/Atlas during the 50s. Primarily a penciler but also inked his own work. Jack Kirby gave him his first start at a very early age.
Artist who worked for Atlas/Marvel in the 1950s and 60s.
A Gold- Silver and Bronze age artist and a Legendary creator who developed such notables as Mystique, Spider Woman, Phantom Girl, Brainiac 5, and Hellstorm. Also worked under the Pseudonym Jay Noel.
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